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Rabid Dialectician

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  1. Five Year Plan
    23rd July 2014 22:47
    Five Year Plan
    Thanks for your kind words and encouragement, comrade.
  2. Roach
    29th March 2013 23:20
    Roach
    Fine.
  3. Roach
    29th March 2013 10:24
    Roach
    Why do you want to join the MLM group?
  4. Mr. Natural
    27th February 2012 13:05
    Mr. Natural
    Hey, $lim, I'm afraid I do let the passivity get me down, for the "left" has become incredibly conservative theoretically. I've been on a "new, popularly usable dialectics" mission for a dozen years, and have met with nothing but silence broken by an occasional "You're full of shit."

    I've gone through hundreds of pages of RevLeft archives on dialectics, and have yet to find a positive discussion. "Anti-dialectics" threads get lots of attention, though, and RevLeft's Science and the Environment Forum has no discussions on the systems-complexity science that shows how to make what is a klunky and incomplete Marxist materialist dialectic come to life and praxis.

    $lim, if someone else came up a thread that suggested theoretical developments by which the human species could begin working its way out of capitalism, I'd feel a responsibility as a Marxist to fully explore that thread.

    Any ideas as to how to proceed with some participation from others?
  5. Mr. Natural
    21st February 2012 15:24
    Mr. Natural
    Hello again, $lim, I'll start a thread on Ollman in Learning, probably on Thursday, and hope you will join in. We're all learners, and Lenina and I agree we will be models of comradely discussion. Otherwise, Lenina and I have not coordinated and want to leave this open to all views.

    I have gone through many of the old threads on the dialectic, and there is almost no engagement with Ollman. So all of our views are important.

    My personal intent with this thread is to introduce Ollman to others and, hopefully, begin to bring the materialist dialectic to popular understanding and praxis.

    My red-green best.
  6. Tablo
    10th October 2011 05:16
    Tablo
    Haha, I see. Right now I'm living in Tuscaloosa as a student at Alabama. We have a lot of progressive people here, but I guess that is the nature of college towns everywhere.
  7. Tablo
    10th October 2011 05:11
    Tablo
    Yeah, it's real nice. xP
    What part of the state you from?
  8. Tablo
    10th October 2011 05:06
    Tablo
    So you also live in Alabama?
  9. sunfarstar
    12th August 2011 08:55
    sunfarstar
    hi,nice to meet you.
  10. GallowsBird
    10th May 2011 08:33
    GallowsBird
    I like your posts in the animal rights threads. I think too many on the left ignore the exploitation of other sentient lifeforms. We should move on from the era in which we see all non-humans as somehow less "alive" than mankind.

About Me

  • About $lim_$weezy
    Location
    North Carolina
    Interests
    theory, philosophy, heavy/avant-garde music
    Occupation
    student
    Political Statement
    Somewhere on the maoist spectrum
    Gender
    Male

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